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Dr Stephan Schnorberger

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Baker McKenzie's Tax Practice Group in Germany




Dr. Stephan Schnorberger helps businesses on the tax challenges of running or changing their international supply chain. He devotes his experience in international tax, transfer pricing and business restructuring to solve issues in tax planning, audit defense, APAs and disputes with tax authorities. He also works heavily in valuations and regulatory economics. Stephan has for numerous years been recognized in the Euromoney Expert Guide survey among "The Best of the Best" Global Tax Advisors and Global Transfer Pricing Advisors.


  • English
  • French
  • German


  • University of Nurmberg (Doctor of Business Administration) (1997)
  • Certified Tax Advisor (Steuerberater) (1996)
  • University of Nurmberg (M.B.A.) (1992)
  • Wayne State University (Master of Arts Economics) (1989)



Within: Tax

Clients appreciate Baker McKenzie’s ‘direct approach based on advice provided by the relevant specialist without any need for multiple internal feedback rounds’, and its ‘very good’ advice on specific matters such as VAT, customs law and transfer pricing, which are among Nicole Looks’ and Stephan Schnorberger’s key areas of expertise. Tax structuring and transactional mandates constitute another key portion of the team’s workload along with tax audits and tax litigation. Norbert Mückl assisted various affiliates of an international retail chain with tax matters following an expansion and a joint venture with an Italian fashion and lifestyle company, and advised Deutsche Beteiligungs AG on the acquisition of R&M International including tax structuring. A technology and manufacturing company instructed the practice to advise on land transfer tax issues as part of a global reorganisation and an intended spin-off of a subgroup, while the team also assisted a foreign bank with investment tax law matters. Stephan Behnes and Christoph Becker are recommended. Juliane Sassmann moved to Ernst & Young in September 2016.

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